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Arts and Sport as the ways of preventions of VERLT among youth

Good practices and lessons learnt for youth Engagement to counter VERLT through the Arts and Sport
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Gaukhar Zhanzholova

on 21 October 2012

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photo credit Nasa / Goddard Space Flight Center / Reto Stöckli Arts and Sport as the ways of preventions of VERLT among youth VERLT - The Global Menace There is no feeling, except the extremes of fear and grief, that does not relief in music.
T.S. Eliot

No violent extreme endures.
Thomas Carlyle

At least two thirds of our miseries spring from human stupidity, human malice and those great motivations and justifiers of malice and stupidity, idealism, dogmatism and proselytizing zeal on behalf of religious or political idols.
Aldows Huxley What makes young people join extremist group? What common characteristics have the religious extremists? exclusivist identity
strong ideology
anti establishment
strong "morality"/"values"
aggressive militaristic/ use of violence
sense of "victimhood"
born out of disaffection
look to disillusioned people for support
homophobic
anti-semtic What are the consequences of violent extremism and radicalization? Arts and Sport one of the best ways of prevention of VERTL youth's unaccountable time and unobserved spaces
lack of education
unemployment, poverty, precariousness, and blocked future perspectives
the absence of consistent supervision and support policies for young people
community tension
perceived social legitimacy for violent radicalization and terrorist recruitment
the presence of recruiters and associates What we can take in order to protect youth from VERLT? Government
Policies & Programs Family & Youth
Capacities Community
Capacities Risks for youth youth's unaccountable time and unobserved spaces
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lack of education
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unemployment, poverty, precariousness, and blocked future perspectives
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the absence of consistent supervision and support policies for young people
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community tension
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perceived social legitimacy for violent radicalization and terrorist recruitment
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the presence of recruiters and associates

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Potential for VERLT Community Collaboration & Capacity Building Astana YDC develops young people through common principles of friendship & mutual help, through ideas and good examples taken from experience of our colleagues, friends and professional trainers via volunteerism and active participating in projects closely connected to (self-) development. Our web pages: http://vk.com/astanaydc
http://twitter.com/astanaydc
http://flickr.com/astanaydc Thank You for Your Attention! Where Arts and Sport exist, there is no place for VERTL! The Delphic Games – are complex events that bring together all the arts (visual, performing, applied, verbal, social, environmental). The Games are an effective tool for the preservation of cultural heritage, discovery and support of young talents, aesthetic education of the younger generation with the spiritual formation of personality, promotion of intercultural dialogue and development of cultural diversity.

The VII Open International Delphic Games were held from 24 to 29 September in Astana, Kazakhstan.

Over 800 contestants from 16 countries, and 62 members of the jury from 14 countries, including the presidents of many art schools, representatives of UNESCO and ISESCO, ambassadors and politicians arrived in Astana to take part in the event.
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